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    2:17 P.M. E.S.T. 12-8-2009

    Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility

    Asset backed securities is a security whose value and income payments are derived from and collaterized (or "backed") by a specified pool of underlying assets..................Are we as individuals assets. # 1 Question

    Security - is a fungible, negotiable instrument representing financial value. Securities are broadly categorized into debt securities (such as banknotes,bonds, and debentures.

    Debentures - In law is a document that either creates a debt or acknowledges it.

    Longer - term debt instrument

    Bond - In finance it is a debt security

    Group - A 'set' with an 'associative binary operation', under which there exists an 'identity element'. and such that each element has an 'inverse'

    Succession - The act of following in sequence
    A sequence of things arranged in order
    The passing of royal powers
    A group of rocks or strata that succeed one another in chronological order

    I will continue to post random things here just to have a knowledge of where I may go with the thoughts and accurences of Art Economics History and the DeLancey History Files which may lead to a DeLancey Factor. Till Next Time have A Good Day. My Special Interest in Life is the Presidential Seat Of The United States. I will give more information on why in future postings and also I will explain any posting format that I do to the best of recomendation.
     
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    Economy In Stock: What do we have in stock. Today is 3-12-2011 at 2:59 p.m. e.s.t. I have been a Truck Driver for many years. We often ask ourselves many questions, such as why do we have tax's. Personally this was not a question as to the term do away with them as some have wanted. Although my question was for the appropriate reason. I have concluted that a tax is a form of addition to something, such as to profit by or have reconciliation.
     
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    5-7-2011 2:25 p.m. e.s.t. I'm running for office will you vote me in.
    Here is my five issue plan.
    #1 A one percent sales tax on the circulating dollar. 100 people will assure the dollar to be at a value of $1.00 the next 100 will now see the dollar at $Federal Reserves Bank when it reaches the $1.00 level that way we're not in a deficit. Being in debt is a good thing, it only shows the capabilities of a society.

    #2 Distribution to everyone over the age of twenty-one which is estimated now at $4040.00

    #3 A state tax which is considered as an income tax, withheld from ones paycheck. If the state income tax goes up so should the wage.

    #4 Disabled persons get more.

    #5 Retired persons get more.:clap2:
     
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    11:04 A.M. E.S.T.
    PRODUCT:
    1. A good idea method, information, object, or service that is the end result of a process and serves as a need or want satisfier. ({["Money could be that product"]}) It is usually a bundle of tangible and intangible attributes (benefits, features, functions, uses) that a seller offers to a buyer for purchase. 5-10-2011
    2. Law ~ A commercially distributed good that is (1) tangible personal property, (2) output or result of a fabrication, manufacturing, or production process, and (3) passes through a distribution channel before being consumed or used.
    3. Marketing ~ A good or service that most closely meets the requirements of a particular market or segment and yield enough profit to justify its continued existence.

    Product Adoption Process ~ Five-Stage mental process all prospective customers go through from learning of a new product to becoming loyal customers or rejecting it. These stages are (1) Awareness : prospects come to know about a product but lack sufficient information about it. ({["money can be a form of information as well as a country itself"]}); (3) Evaluation : they consider whether the product is beneficial; (4) Trial : they make the first purchase to determine its worth or usefulness; (5) Adoption/Rejection : they decide to adopt it, or look for something else. Another explanation is that the customer moves from a cognitive state (being aware and informed) to the emotional state (liking and preference) and finally to the behavioral or conative state (deciding and purchasing). Also called adoption process. See also adopter categories.

    Asset Approach:~Business evaluation method based on the net assets value of a going concern.

    Proof ~
    1. General : Evidence that establishes existence or truth (or non-existence or untruth) of a fact to the satisfaction of an authority (such as a court) or accounting to the accepted standard.
    2. Law : Evidence on which the determination of the judgment of a court case is based. Unlike a mathematical-proof (based on logical evidence) or scientific proof (based on empirical evidence), a legal proof is based on the credibility of a document or witness.
    3. Printing : Test sheets of a page or print job taken out at each stage a document passes through during the printing process. Page-proofs are sent to the client or author to check (called proof reading) for any errors in spelling or punctuation; ({["One cool document is the Declaration of Independence"]}) and color proofs are meant to ensure that the final print matches an artwork or sample. A corrected or approved proof is a type of contract under which the client is responsible for any errors that are pointed out but not corrected, or for errors that occur after customers OK.

    taken from BusinessDictionary.com addition by me David George DeLancey are within these tasks>({[" "]}). 11:44 a.m.:eusa_angel:
     
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    Is a case of something that explains something. Exempt would be "a great out of jail free card", meaning that you don't have to go or participate in an activity.
     
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    Exempt ~
    1. To free from an obligation, a duty, or a liability to which others are subject: exempting the disabled from military service. ~~~~ notice how military stands by itself without having an "a" or "the" before it.
    2. Obsolete. To be apart; isolate.

    Perform ~ Linguistics. One's actual use of language in actual situation

    Society 1. a. The totality of social relationships among humans. b. A group of humans broadly distinguished from other groups by mutual interests, participation in characteristic relationships, shared institutions, and a common culture. c. The institutions and culture of a distinct self-perpetuating group. d. The socially dominant members of a community.

    Perpetuating ~ 1. To cause to continue indefinitely; make perpetual. 2. Tp prolong the existence of; cause to be remembered.:eusa_boohoo:
     
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    :eusa_whistle::eusa_whistle:Census ~
    Censuses had been taken prior to the Constitutions ratification; in the early 17th century, a census was taken in Virginia, and people were counted in nearly all of the British colonies that became the United States. Throughout the years, the country's needs and interests became more complex. This meant that statistics were needed to help understand what was happening and have a basis for planning. The content of the decennial census changed accordingly. There were so many inquiries of all kinds of census in 1880 such as manufactures, quantity and value of products occurred; In 1840, inquiries on fisheries had been issued, In 1850 issued census on social issues, such as taxation, churches, pauperism, and crime. The census spread geographically, to new states and territories added to the Union, as well as to other areas under U.S. sovereignty and jurisdiction.In 1890 a mechanized tabulating machine in quantity made by Herman Hollerith reduced the processing time from a decade to two and a half years.

    (1790 - 1870) Census was conducted by Marshals from the village and neighborhood and often knew the residents.

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    U.S. Economy ~ Taken from About.com ~ Treasury yields are determined by supply and demand. Treasuries are initially sold at auction by the Treasury Department, which sets a fixed face value and interest rate. If there is a lot of demand, the Treasury bond will go to the highest bidder at a price above the face value. This decreases the yield, because the government will only pay back the face value plus the stated interest rate. If, on the other hand there is not a lot of demand, then the bidders will pay less than the face value, which will increase the yield. That is why yields always move in the opposite direction of Treasury bond prices.
     
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    4:22 P.M. e.s.t.
    MEASURE ~ The U.S. debt is over $14 Trillion. Todays writing here is by David George DeLancey had noted on 8/9/2011 at 4:30 p.m. e.s.t. Foreign holders of this debt are concerned that the U.S. will let the dollar value decline so the relative value of its debt is less
    The large debt could force the U.S. to raise taxes to pay it off, which would slow economic growth.
    As more countries join or trade with the European Union, demand for the euro increases. source taken from a news post from yahoo.com. ( D.G.DeLancey's comment ~ Having a more demand may be good but as soon as the bulk reaches another certain demand it will be gobbled up and held at large. This will then occasionally leave less for the concern balanced of previous demand, n which may not be so balanced or equally demanded. The security of the overall population of a considered currency will have to have acceptance at any time for it to be a true balanced demand security).
    Foreign investors are diversifying their portfolios with more non-dollar denominational assets.
    (David George DeLancey in Delancifying DeLancey)
    As the dollar loses value, investors are less likely to hold assets in dollars as they wait for the decline to stop.
    8-11-2011
     

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